Grange Resort Hervey Bay
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... our group who wanted to fly around the island too. We were assigned to the tiny 6 seater plane with the fit pilot, happy days. Saffy actually said 'I'm only doing it because he's fit.' I sat upfront with him - much to Saff's disappointment and disapproval - and Scar and Saff sat behind in the middle row. The views from above were spectacular - the pictures would have been perfect for a postcard if you could get a good photo through the glass. Jarred picked us up from our ...
... Music blaring and spirits high we were set for the days adventures. First stop was two 'lagoons' which in my opinion were two big puddles in the beach. One was blue and one was green. Incredible?! Or one was just dirtier than the other. Emma got a little excited and decided she wanted to teach us how to cheerlead which resulted in 4 of us girls throwing Maxine up in to the air and dropping her. We took a walk up to Indian Head- One of the three rocks that are ...
... some hippy brought a guitar, and I felt like I was in the Inbetweeners 2 for a solid hour! The sky was amazing AGAIN and saw another load of really cool shooting stars! Forgot to mention-woke up the next morning and some absolute dirtbag had done a GIANT poo on our balcony. That's right a huge ****-just what you wanna be faced with on a hangover! Next day we did another load of crazy walking through the ...
... job so far avoiding any dingo deaths! The Maheno shipwreck was also pretty impressive. The S. S. Maheno, whilst being towed to Osaka in June 1935, was swept up in a strong cyclone about 80km off the coast of Queensland, leaving the boat shipwrecked on the east coast of Fraser Island, with at least three and a half stories buried under the sand. The wreck was then used as target bombing practice for the RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force). Lake McKenzie on our ...
... Trish, Rachel and Cian with another bottle of champagne after dinner. It was the perfect ending to our first official day here in Australia. The second day started around 7am with a walk through the Pile Valley and Central Station rain forests (I can now check that one off the bucket list) and then a nice relaxing morning in the pure waters of Lake McKenzie -- and when I say "pure"...I mean like crystal clear...totally see to the ...